Author Archives: Britt Runyon

About Britt Runyon

A New Mexico based free roaming outdoor digital photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide.

Ten Featured Images

My images sometimes get featured on Fine Art America. “The New Mexico Land of Enchantment Group is honored that you chose to submit your work to the group and we are proud to feature your magnificent image on the Homepage … Continue reading

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Red Willow Rio (in winter)

This winter scene has been featured image on Fine Art America group “Images That Excite”. Winter season in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is one of the best times for creating images. Driving or hiking along the Rio … Continue reading

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Supernova Pictograph II

A close look at the Supernova Pictograph in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.Painted on the bottom of a small overhang there are three simple designs, a life-sized hand, a ten-pointed star and a crescent moon. The ten-pointed star is claimed to … Continue reading

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First Aspens Then Cottonwoods – New Mexico

First the Aspens then Cottonwoods. The first leaves to change their color are the high elevation Aspen trees, closely followed by the lower in altitude Cottonwoods of the rivers and streams. New Mexico’s fall colors never disappoint, all one has … Continue reading

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Aspen Autumn – Featured Image

¬†Featured! New Mexico’s fall colors never disappoint, all one has to do is put down the phone and get out there. This image was taken as I explored the high country of the Carson National Forest in the northern part … Continue reading

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Re-location of New Mexico’s Bighorn Sheep

Re-location of New Mexico’s Bighorn Sheep The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish¬†wildlife officials are hoping to relocate 40 to 60 desert bighorn sheep to the Sacramento Mountains, an area where the animal has been absent for nearly a … Continue reading

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